Tag Archives: PETE&C

Yes, Absolutely, You Should Blog (and So Should Your Students)

The York Suburban Blog Site is up and running. Don’t think you or your students need to do this? Think again! Thinking + Writing + Multimedia + Audience = Blogging Let’s explore this equation… THINKING: Why teach a lesson and … Continue reading

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Presenting Edmodo!

I have had the pleasure of sharing Edmodo with many of you already through TIEnet days and department meetings. Today, I am presenting a session on Edmodo at PETE&C. Our students are social networkers, but they are not necessarily wise … Continue reading

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DEN — Web 2.010 with Steve Dembo

Steve Dembo shares his favorite interactive sites for education. Define Web 2.0 — The following is a combination of Steve’s definition and audience participation: Read/Write Web Intereactive Free (ish) A Way to Create Creative User-Generated Content Entirely Web-based (no local … Continue reading

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DEN — FIZZ: Enhancing the Classroom through User-Generated Video and Music

Lodge McCammon from The Friday Institute shares ideas for using user-generated video in the classroom. We started with a formative assessment (Google Form) that assessed our knowledge of area/surface/volume…. His first idea was to create an intro video for a … Continue reading

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